wheel - 3:07 am on Jul 14, 2011 (gmt 0)
In fact those companies don't just hire one person to do it, they hire groups of people to do it, while the small business just has one guy who fits that in while he does a million other things.
I'm well aware how large companies operate, having worked at one for too much of a decade. And how you're describing isn't how it works. Large companies are full of cordwood for employees.
I'm not going to argue this or defend my point. It's simple, if you're a small business owner, either you see the advantage you have in being small, or you're cordwood anyway.
I always see my small business as an advantage.